Tata cars

Tata Motors Limited India's largest automobile company was established in the year 1945 by Jamsetji Tata. It is the market leader in the commercial vehicles segment and among the top three in the nation in the passenger cars segment. Tata Motors is India's most reliable, dynamic and futuristic automobile manufacturer. With more than 130 models spanning a wide range of Commercial Vehicles, Passenger Cars and Multi-Utility Vehicles; Tata Motors provides the wheels for India's growth

According to OICA data of 2007, Tata Motors not only made a 70% cumulative Market share in the Domestic Commercial automobile sector but also had a 0.81% share in the world market, thereby getting listed both in the Bombay Stock Exchange as well as in the New York Stock Exchange.

The company has four major manufacturing units in Jamshedpur (Jharkhand), Pune (Maharashtra), Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) and Dharwad (Karnataka). Today Tata Motors has about 4000 vehicles plying Indian roads since its first production in the year 1954. Tata is not restricted to the domestic market it had extensive expansion plans via exports and strategic alliances. It recently entered into an alliance with automobile giants Fiat to produce power trains. It has also completely overtaken some of the eminent global automobile giants like Daewoo and Hispano Corrocera and the Jaguar and Land Rover brand from Ford Motors.

With a vision of being the best in the industry as far as ethics, products and value system are concerned Tata Motors along with its 24,000 odd employees have managed to come up with the idea of the cheapest car ever produced in the history of automobiles. The launch of Tata Nano has revolutionized the auto industry that has been generating immense interest in India and abroad. The Tata Nano is the smallest car ever manufactured in India and is available in the market in five variants. The Tata Nano which is a rear engine, four passenger car with fuel efficiency of around 26 kmpl, priced at an unbelievable amount of Rs1,00,000 has become a rage in the Indian subcontinent.

Last Updated on 1/9/2012